Re: commercial liens
Posted by Rick on 6/14/10
Hello I am well versed in this process and I am also willing to
learn we might be able to help each other so please feel free to
On 6/03/07, Steve Martin wrote:
> Annie, I am looking for a assistance and/or consultant in
> building and perfecting a commercial affidavit and commercial
> lien process against my accussed who has stolen from me in
> excessive $250,000 of materials and services. The question we
> are batteling is can a corporation file commercial lien on
> another corporation and would it have any common law base or
> would it be subject only to state statutory law. If you can
> help or lend valuable information, please contact me ASAP as
> time is of the essence for us. Thank you very much for anything
> you can do.
> On 3/03/06, annie wrote:
>> On 2/11/06, sharwinston wrote:
>>> Need more info.
>>> Have you already obtained a court judgment? or
>>> Are you a contractor who did work on the business' property
>>> and the business has failed to pay you for your work?
>>> On 2/10/06, annie d. wrote:
>>>> Is it possible to file a commercial lien against a company
>>>> or corporation? (i.e. retail stores, grocery, or department
>> Hello again,
>> In answer to your question, No. There is currently a third
>> party negligence case in process against the store and it's
>> I don't think the mechanic's lien would apply here. However,
>> in the use of the commercial lien, would it not
>> literally "freeze" the company and its holdings.
>> Thanks in advance,